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About 750,000 people are incarcerated in jails across the United States every day, most of whom retain their right to vote. Casting a ballot, however, can be difficult or impossible for these eligible voters simply because they are incarcerated. CLC uses advocacy and litigation to ensure eligible...
CLC and the Center for Responsive Politics formally request that the Federal Election Commission require full, transparent financial reporting of the millions of dollars that pass through national political parties’ special-purpose bank accounts.
See CLC and CRP's comments on this petition here.
CLC and the Center for Responsive Politics filed comments with the FEC on our joint rulemaking petition asking the FEC to clarify reporting requirements for the national party committees’ special-purpose “Cromnibus” accounts.
See the original petition here.
CLC filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) alleging that Ros-Lehtinen for Congress/South Florida First PAC violated the prohibition on converting campaign funds to personal use
In addition to bringing claims on their own behalf, the Raysor Plaintiffs brought claims on behalf of a class of all Floridians who would be eligible for rights restoration, but for the fact they have outstanding legal financial obligations. On Septemebr 26, 2019, the Raysor Plaintiffs filed a motion to certifiy their class action.